Primary Winners

Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day Awards
(Primary School)

We are proud to announce the winners of our Primary SID competition.

We have THREE drones to give away for:

The Picture Competition

The Art Award

The Techwise Award

There are also spot prizes for category winners. Check out the winning entries below!

Picture Competition

Congratulations to: St Angela’s National School, Co. Mayo! You have won a DRONE for your entry into the Picture Competition!

The Art Award

Colouring Competition

The HTML Hero Colouring Competition had over 1000 entries. Here are the 4 winning entries. Each winning entry has WON a 30 Euro Easons Voucher! 

SID Awards

The winner of the Junior Infants-Senior Infants Colouring Competition is :

Noah Kingston 

Junior Infants

St Mary’s National School,

Enniskeane,

Co. Cork

SID Awards

The winner of the 1st-2nd Class Colouring Competition is :

Oliver Quinn

2nd Class

Shillelagh No.1 National School,

Arklow,

Co. Wicklow

SID Awards

The winner of the 3rd-4th Class Colouring Competition is :

Ruth O’Sullivan

3rd Class

Caherconlish National School,

Caherconlish,

Co. Limerick

SID Awards

The winner of the 5th-6th Class Colouring Competition is :

Laura Callaghan

5th Class

Lurgybrack National School,

Letterkenny,

Co. Donegal

Poster Competition

The winning entry of the Poster Competition goes to:

St Brigid’s National School, Castleknock, Dublin. 

Congratulations you have won The Art Award and a DRONE for your school.

The Techwise Award

The Techwise Award goes to: Moneytown National School, Bray Co.Wicklow.

Congratulations on your entry was voted the overall winner of the Best Use of Technology with your entry ‘Be a Good Digital Citizen’.

You have won a drone for your school!

Best Video

The winning entry for the Best Video goes to: Christ the King Girls’ School, Cabra, Dublin. 

Congratulations on your entry Be Kind Online.

You have won an Instax camera for your school!

Music Competition

The winning entry for the Music Competition goes to: Scoil Assaim, Raheny, Dublin.

Congratulations on your song ‘Stay Safe’

You have won an Instax camera for your school!

Check out their lyrics here.

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